Hi y’all!

Talk about dubious achievements and backhanded compliments: Today I’m guest posting over on Aiming Low. At Aiming Low, they describe themselves as striving for for anti-perfection.

“It’s not about the failure to attain perfection….it’s about understanding that perfection is not only over-rated, it’s a big fat whopping lie-burger with cheese…and fries…and onions.

We are a group of women/men/moms/dads/bloggers/friends/writers that believe that there’s no shame in serving mac and cheese for dinner three nights in a row, Febreeze was created to make a questionably clean shirt smell ready-to-walk-out-the-door-fresh and that slack isn’t a way of life…it’s an art.

So, if you’re tired of being told that you should be better than you are…a better spouse, a better parent, a better cook, a better housekeeper, a better friend, a better all-around-person…this is your place.

We are your tribe.

We believe you’re perfectly not-perfect exactly as you are.

We invite you in for a cocktail.  Even though it’s only 2PM.  That’s okay around here. We don’t judge.

So CHEERS!”

I just can’t imagine why they picked me (ha — maybe they saw “Don’t just stand there playing with yourself” yesterday). Ainyway, Aiming Low is featuring one of my all time classiest posts: A Tiny Token of My Devotion. If saggy boobs and butt tattoos are you kind of thing (and why wouldn’t they be??), find me by CLICKING HERE.

I tried to figure out how to close comments her so that you will leave them (please) over on my post on Aiming Low, but I couldn’t figure out how. I’m just going to have to trust you guys to find your way over there and do your thing!

Forgive me, I know not what I do.

Pamelot

 

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4 Responses to The secret to success is aiming low.

  1. Nice work, Pamela….I’m going over to check out that website and your post right now.

    Darryl

  2. I enjoyed your post and their website. Good reads, for sure!

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